Officer revives woman after OD, arrests man by her side on outstanding warrants

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MANCHESTER, NH – Officer Jason Irwin was on patrol at 11:55 a.m. Aug. 21 when a group of people in front of 293 Cypress St.flagged him down. The officer was directed inside the home and told him that Taleyah Bohan, 19, of Nashua, had overdosed.

Officer Irwin began chest compressions on the woman while calling for additional medical units. He continued chest compressions until she regained consciousness. AMR and Manchester Fire arrived on scene and transported the women to a local hospital while the officer spoke with a man who was with Ms. Bohan.

The man identified himself as Dylin Bohan, 21, of Manchester. Officer Irwin conducted a name check and determined Dylin Bohan was wanted on several outstanding warrants, so he was taken into custody without incident.

Police say Dylin Bohan had several Manchester Police warrants stemming from a July 2017 domestic-related incident involving a girlfriend. He also had two electronic bench warrants for operating without a license and driving without proof.

He was scheduled to appear in the 9th Circuit Court-Manchester on August 22, 2017.

Taleyah Bohan was not charged in the incident. Police did not immediately know if or how Dylin and Taleyah Bohan are related.

Editor’s note: The headline has been corrected from a previous version.

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